These images provide some wonderful inspiration. My little baby turns 1 in October and I am in the process of planning a "Princess" party for her too. We may have to help each other out :)
Oh yes a princess party. If I had a little girl, that is exactly what I would do.... funny, I am planning a 'lizard party' for my soon to be 8 year old... easy with boys... they don't notice detail... so I am hiring a reptile man and whacking a few sausages on a BBQ for after... that's it... and he'll be in his element. As long as the party bags are good... 8 year old feedback! A-M xx
Oh stunning Rachael, I love pink! She is going to love whatever you do but oh, these pics really make me want a girl :)Jxxp.s. thanks so much for putting my sale on your side bar... and for your order yesterday too! I never realised just how out-numbered your hubby is, he must be very comfortable with pink:)
Just perfect for a little girl. I love the pom-poms!
Oh, if only my girls were little again! Birthday parties for little princesses are so much fun, not to mention pretty! Have a great time planning her little soiree, and don't forget to post all the pics for us! K xx
What a gorgeous party, any girl would love it! I can't wait to see what you plan. A princess party sounds great :) Have fun with all the planning and preparation x
The images are gorgeous, so many beautiful ideas! I wish I had a little girl, maybe I will need to have my own pink princess party! xx
Sounds wonderful! Pink, pink and more pink :)
SO beautiful !!! 3 is such a great age as she will really be starting to appreciate her party and how pretty it is :) Good luck, if you were in NZ I could recommend some great suppliers. I'm sure Aussie has a trillion time better selection :)
This party looks so gorgeous Rachael. We love pink in our house:) Can't wait to see what you come up with and I just wanted to say that your little one has the most beautiful name! ~ Tina xx
That's one very pink party!! Perfect inspiration for a little girl :-) The pink cupcakes are so sweet, and love the pink polka dot balloons :-)Have fun planning the party!!Kelly
I think any little girl that age would be beyond thrilled with a party like that!
A pink princess party how fabulous...wish my girls were small again. Not sure where those years went! Enjoyed Twighlight today it was brilliant ;)
Princess party, how gorgeous and with three boys, I do miss pink. From experience, both girls and boys love miniature food ie. tiny sandwiches with crusts off, mini cornetto with a candle in each instead of cake (no mess and easy to eat!!!), mini sausage rolls - there is so much that can be done and it is so much fun. I love the pics. I am sure you will have fun preparing it all.
Had to laugh at A-M's comment, that's the same as my house!You can really go to town over little girls' parties, and they gush and they oohhh and ahhh - so fun!
Rachael, How cute! I can't wait to see what you come up with...Please post pictures!Have a wonderful day!~KiriP.S. Thank you for your sweet comments on my vacation post! You completely made my day :)
Leanne from her blog Mrs.A In The Cove has just held a pink stunner for her daughter Indi. Her ideas were fab, so do go over & take a peek Rachael. Leanne's a lovely lady, & I'm sure will make you welcome. Of course I am absolutely no help with the pink thing!!Millie ^_^
How divine! 3! My Isabella is 4 - will be 5 in November. Her last party was themed 'red' and she had ordered a cake with her favourite things - strawberries, smarties and tomatos!!... :) I made a gorgeous strawberry cake and decorated with a few pink and red smarties and stuck cherry tomatos on tall skewers around the top.. It was a conversation piece for sure!For ideas check the 'wedding blogs' such as 100 layer cake, Hostess with the mostess, Dandilion & grey, and also Sweet Paul. All great and you'll find many more links when there.Best of luck and please come back and share!xx charlotta
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